What Are Attorney Objections to Evidence in Court?

Why do attorneys object to the introduction of certain evidence in court?  What reasons can support an objection?  What does it mean if an attorney objects on the basis of foundation, or hearsay?  What if an attorney says, “Objection, asked and answered.”  What does that mean to the judge?  To read about attorney objections in general, click on the following link.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/what-are-attorney-objections-to-evidence-in-court.html.

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